5 Issues Address by Neurofeedback to Improve Productivity

Delete-15For students as well as working professionals, productivity is of high importance, as success absolutely depends upon completing tasks in a timely manner with efficiency. However, this is often where people struggle. There are many different ways a person can have issues with achieving good productivity levels, many of which are correctable using neurofeedback, a brain-based natural training method that teaches the brain to operate at its most efficient level using neuroplasticity, the brains ability to learn, adapt, and change operations based on exposure and reward. The best part is it is long lasting treatment. If you struggle with any of the following issues, neurofeedback is the right choice for you.

  1. Problems initiating tasks: When you are presented with an assignment, do you struggle to begin the task? Maybe it is because you do not know where to start and you feel overwhelmed or maybe it’s because you do not think you have the ability to start and feel anxiety about it. Neurofeedback ensures that your brain has the ability to initiate a task calmly and effectively, setting yourself up for success throughout the rest of the task.
  2. Procrastination: Everyone knows the “I’ll do it later” feeling, but if this is something that is interfering with your ability to maintain productivity, you may want to consider neurofeedback. As mentioned above, neurofeedback helps the brain to initiate tasks, meaning if you are a procrastinator, you will have an easier time starting ahead and finishing in a timely manner.
  3. Poor Focus: Do you struggle to maintain your focus on a project, particularly when it is not particularly interesting to you? This can be hard to overcome, but neurofeedback improves overall focusing abilities, so you have an easier time becoming focused and staying focused for longer durations of time. If you struggle with ADHD or have issues being easily distracted, neurofeedback can also assist in helping your attention stay on task.
  4. Careless Errors: So, you are able to finish the work, but when you turn it in to your instructor or boss, they point out to you the countless “silly mistakes” you have overlooked before turning in your work. Neurofeedback improves a person’s ability to complete a task with focus and in a calm manner, meaning the person has a stronger likelihood of catching mistakes already made or not even making those “silly mistakes” to begin with.
  5. Low Mood: Does depression or do low moods consistently bring down your productivity level? It can be so hard to accomplish anything if you struggle to be happy. Even basic tasks like taking care of your basic needs seem impossible let alone work that has a due date you are expected to meet, a major cause of anxiety. Neurofeedback improves mood by retraining the brain to generate the brain waves that make a person feel calm and happy. This makes accomplishing tasks much easier as a person is not plagued by feelings of depression and anxiety. In fact, even fatigue is improved due to this!

 To learn more about Advanced Neurotherapy, contact us to schedule a free consult with our CEO and director Dr. Jolene Ross.

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